Best Buy Puts Dell Streak on Sale for $99

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Best Buy in the US has marked down the AT&T Dell Streak from $499 (regular price) to $99 (on a 2 year contract). I know, sounds amazing! It is a pretty good deal, but just to be clear, the $99 price is with a 2 year contract, the regular price they have listed was without contracts…those marketing decievers!

In any regard, it’s still a pretty sweet deal for the Dell Streak which is getting Android 2.2 updates by the end of this month as well, making this a pretty hot deal. If you like, hit up Best Buy here, and pick either the white or black editions for the same sale price.

[via Engadget]

Nexus S landing page goes live on Best Buy’s website

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Now that the Nexus S has formally been announced, Best Buy has decided to put up the landing page! Right now it features the shiny new stock photo that came with the announcement, advertises that Android 2.3 comes preinstalled, and also plugs its speed,contour display, and that the latest Google Mobile apps come installed as well.

Not much to see just yet, but seeing as this is slated to go on sale December 16th, I imagine this will turn into a pre-order page in the coming days. Stay tuned.

[via Best Buy]

Best Buy Offering Free Smartphones Through Holidays

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Best Buy is now offering free smartphones throughout the holiday season within its Best Buy Mobile areas, as well as online. You’ll see at least 4 free smartphones (one from each carrier), where currently, they list fourteen phones for $0. You’ll see phones including HTC’s DROID Incredible and Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10.

We were excited by the amount of consumer interest we received around our ‘Free Phone Fridays’ promotion in October, so we wanted to do it again only bigger,” said Best Buy Mobile’s president, Shawn Score. “People want smart phones and we couldn’t think of a better way to end the year for our customers than to offer free devices every day in December.

Great deals from Best Buy, as we’ve come to almost always expect.

[via Press Release]

Best Buy Cyber Monday deal on T-Mobile G2,

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In case you weren’t aware, Best Buy has a pretty great Cyber Monday deal right now for the T-Mobile G2. If you make your purchase before the end of today, you can pick up a G2 for the price of…. nothing with a new two year contract.

So, if you’ve been eyeing the G2 and need to resign your contract, you may want to check out this deal by hitting up the source link below.

[via BestBuy]

Droid Pro only $99 at Best Buy

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Wait…wha? That’s right folks, Best Buy is offering the newly released Droid Pro for only $99! Naturally you’ll need a new 2-year contract, but if you’re up for renewal and you wanted a Droid Pro, this is the best deal around right now. You can order online or head down to your local retail store and walk away with some extra cash in your pocket.

Are any of you going to take advantage of this deal? Have you already bought one? Leave us a comment below and let us know.

[via Phandroid]

Dell Streak in White Available Exclusively at Best Buy in US

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The Dell Streak has shown itself off dressed in white! This is another device in the trend of competing with the popularity of the white iPhone, Dell is looking to have these flying off the shelves at Best Buy stores across the US. The white Dell Streak is available in the store, but can also be per-ordered online and picked up at the nearest Best Buy for your convenience.

The check your local Best Buy for availability, or to purchase it online, check Best Buy here.

Check out the Photos below to see if you prefer the white over black.

Best Buy offering up some good Android deals on Black Friday

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The busiest shopping day of the year, aka Black Friday, is only two weeks away. Best Buy is always a major shopping destination on that day, and they have a few great Android deals to be had. A couple of them require a new 2-year agreement, but if you’re in the market for one of those the price for a couple of these is out of the world. Check out the deals below:

  • Samsung Transform – $69.99 with 2 year contract
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab – $549.99
  • LG Optimus S (Charcoal and Purple) – $1 with 2 year contract
  • HTC Droid Incredible – $1 with 2 year contract
  • Samsung Fascinate – $1 with 2 year contract
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab -$549.99

Any of those one dollar deals are pretty sweet, but again you need to get that pesky new contract. We’d love to hear from you! Are you planning on heading to Best Buy in two weeks and grabbing one (or more) of these Android devices? Leave us a comment below and let your voice be heard!

[via BFAds]

Nexus S headed to T-Mobile by the end of the year?

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Earlier today, Best Buy slipped up and featured an ad for the “Nexus S”, which also featured some kind of image. It was immediately pulled, and the image is no longer showing up in Google’s cache, but a screenshot was managed and the image alt text shows “Nexus S for T-Mobile”

So it appears that the rumors of a new Nexus device are in fact true, and so is the fact it’s built by Samsung. There’s no word right now about when this may be available, or for how much, so stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.

[via CNET]

Samsung GT-i9020 is the Leaked Google Nexus S?

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There’s been some talk online about whether the Samsung would be the next manufacturer of the rumored Google Nexus 2. Also, we reported the FCC approval of an unknown Samsung device called the GT-i9020. With the Best Buy leak, it’s becoming a little more clear that Samsung may certainly be the manufacturer of the next Nexus, and better yet, it may be the GT-i9020 that has yet to be announced. We’ll call this the Google Nexus S.

As you can see above, the FCC filing outline of the GT-i9020 lines up perfectly with the rumored Nexus S photo! Starting to come together that the Nexus 2, or now the Nexus S may be launching sooner than we think. Also, will it be running Gingerbread?

[via Engadget]

Wi-Fi only version of the Galaxy Tab postponed until after the holidays

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According to this internal Best Buy document, the Wi-Fi only version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab will have its release date postponed until after the holidays.

Also, in Verizon Galaxy Tab news, while they are going to be selling with for $599 sans contract, it seems you will be required to sign up for a month-to-month data plan if you want to purchase one. So, let’s tally this up here. First, you get to spend the full $600 without any carrier subsidies, and then you are forced into a month-to-month contract?

Obviously, you would be free to cancel this contract after the first month, but then you just spent $600 on a tablet you can only use with Wi-Fi? I’m still holding out that Verizon is going to make a last minute change to their pricing structure for the Galaxy Tab, but with November 11th only a few days away, hope may be dwindling.

[via Android-Life]